DVD-R Duplication - Video or Data
Duplication is carried out by recording your supplied master disc or data to an image file on a hard disc, which is then verified against the original. This image file is then recorded with a laser, or 'burnt', to the final copies which are again verified against the image file. Only the highest quality A-grade discs are used (eg: Taiyo Yuden, Ritek, Sony). Duplication is ideal for short runs (up to 1000-2000 units) where a quick turnaround is needed (48 hours is possible for most jobs) or for larger runs where there is not enough time for DVD-Rom replication. NB: duplicated DVD-Rs can only be guaranteed to play back on DVD-R compatible DVD drives. Although the vast majority of drives are compatible, to avoid this problem altogether DVD-Rom replication is required.
Blank DVD-Rs can be ordered pre-printed for your own recording.
12cm DVD-R (4.7GB)
DVD-R and DVD+R discs can both be used as masters for DVD-R duplication (video or data). Data can also be supplied on CD or DVD for compilation. Video supplied in formats including VHS, DV, DV-Cam etc. for transfer to DVD will incur a setup charge.
Printing & Packaging
The standard option for DVD-R disc printing is thermal on-body printing in high-resolution full colour.The DVDs can be packed into clear plastic wallets, black or clear DVD cases or CD jewel cases (standard or slimline) with laser-printed paper-parts or supplied on spindle with no packaging. Alternative packaging options include paper wallets, card wallets, C-shells & trigger cases.